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Founded in 1959 as MonArk Boat Company, by Zach McClendon, Sr., Zach McClendon, Jr. and Norris Judkins, SeaArk Boats, Inc. has a long and varied history in the aluminum boat building industry. The company got its start building riveted aluminum flat bottom Jon boats. After a few years and several additions to the product line, they started selling riveted and all-welded boats to entities such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Law Enforcement Agencies, and Fish and Wildlife Departments. Eventually two divisions were formed - a Recreational Division and a Workboat (Commercial) Division. Both areas grew, as did the product lines.
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The pleasure boat division expanded into fiberglass as well as all-welded and riveted boats. The workboat division of the company continued to concentrate on all welded, heavy-duty, aluminum boats and included customers from all over the world. Crew boats for oil field work in the Gulf of Mexico were the primary products during the oil boom days of the seventies, but fire boats, patrol boats, oil spill response boats, and transporters were also being produced.
In 1988 the Brunswick Corporation bought the Recreational Division of MonArk Boat Company and with it the MonArk name. The remaining Commercial sector renamed themselves SeaArk Boats, Inc. and continued to produce all-welded, work, patrol and fire boats up to 65 feet in length as well as excursion and tour boats up to 90 feet in length.
SeaArk Boat's customer base continues to include the Corps of Engineers, Oil Companies, and various Law Enforcement Agencies as well as the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps, Survey Companies, and many other Domestic and International Government Agencies.
In 1992, SeaArk Boats, Inc. was formed as a separate company to produce aluminum pleasure boats once again. SeaArk Boats builds all-welded and riveted Jon boats up to 24 feet in length. In fact, the company claims to build the world's largest Jon Boat with a length of 24 feet and a bottom width of 72".
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In addition to Jon Boats, SeaArk Boats builds Bass Boats, Crappie Boats, Sport Fishing Boats, Tunnel Hulls, Duck Boats, and Jet Boats Since its conception in 1992, the company has grown and has a large dealer base across the U.S. and in Alaska.
When it comes to fulfilling your commercial and military boating requirements, no other organization can offer the complete service that SeaArk Boats provides.
While we have the latest in tooling and equipment, a large high capacity facility, and the most advanced designs, the real reason to choose SeaArk Boats is our people. Our dedicated craftspeople and reliable staff know that every day we have to prove ourselves to the customer in this highly competitive marketplace. They know that the most important thing they do is give you the quality, safety, durability and timely delivery you demand for your project.
We have proven over and over again that we can build whatever the operator needs to do their job safely, effectively and quickly. Ask our customers, suppliers, and competition who is the leader. We are confident you will get only one answer:
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